Fields of Fire: A Shadowrun Sourcebook

Fields of Fire A Shadowrun Sourcebook The streets are a violence place as dangerous as any battlefield And the lessons men and women learn on those fields of fire can save their reputations and their lives in any combat situation Fields

  • Title: Fields of Fire: A Shadowrun Sourcebook
  • Author: Tom Dowd
  • ISBN: 9781555602239
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • The streets are a violence place, as dangerous as any battlefield And the lessons men and women learn on those fields of fire can save their reputations and their lives in any combat situation Fields of Fire is the mercenary sourcebook for Shadowrun Information on how to act like a professional merc, and pages of new weapons, support gear, and optional combat rulesThe streets are a violence place, as dangerous as any battlefield And the lessons men and women learn on those fields of fire can save their reputations and their lives in any combat situation Fields of Fire is the mercenary sourcebook for Shadowrun Information on how to act like a professional merc, and pages of new weapons, support gear, and optional combat rules clarifications and expansions make this book something no merc, or runner, should live without Fields of Fire is a sourcebook for Shadowrun, second edition.

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    1. A Shadowrun sourcebook for mercenaries26 August 2013 This was one of those books that when I was a lot younger and saw that it had just been released, I bought it. It was interesting that with TSR books I pretty much knew what was being released and when, however with Shadowrun I never really knew what was coming out until it hit the selves. Maybe it had something to do with Dungeons and Dragons having its own magazine whereas Shadowrun didn't (or at least didn't have one at the time, not one th [...]


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